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. stand your ground laws, like all self-defense laws, require the heightened showing of necessity. the particular version of florida's 2005 law differs drastically from other laws and from the common law of self-defense in three respects. first, these laws remove the common law duty to retreat. this emboldens individuals to escalate a situation. the duty to retreat implies a duty to safely retreat. second, they shift the reasonable presumption of ear. under the florida law, he may be presumed to be fearful. this removes the responsibility to affirmatively show the necessity to take a human ife. thirdly, it has the unintended effect of encouraging vigilante is some that normal law revents. i discuss all of these issues at length in my written testimony. i also analyze the empirical evidence. to say that these laws decrease the incidence of crime, i think here are correlations there, ut i have not found causal evidence. stand your ground has little impact on homicide reduction. they appear to correlate with an increase in certain types of violent crime. time does not permit me more
the blue prohibprint is ou there now. texas tech will have work to do to shore up the run defense. >> gus: third down and four. here comes the blitz. and oklahoma state will not pick up the first down. rennie childs comes up a little short. and here comes the cowboy punt team. >> charles: based on what we're seeing tonight, the person who has some work to do is jeremy smith. rennie childs has been very impressive behind desmond roland tonight. >> gus: davis comes up and this ball will be downed at the 36. 7:01 to go in the fourth. yeah, the windshield just... glass broke and -- and screeching and i saw a... you know, a body come down from off the top of the -- the van. and i just thought, oh my gosh, what have i done. i just...what have i done? there's never...never a day that i -- i wake up and i don't think about it. [ deep sigh ] afghanistan in 2009. on the u.s.s. saratoga in 1982. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve current and
and russia. to come is represented how the talks by foreign menace of the meal she died and defense minister into naughty little bit of a map with their russian counterparts ldl of waltham so gay sugar here is a bit too close to top off with a new page will try to trade cooperation in security and the fast kids who will pursue further dialogue on specifics and exchanges will help stabilize the situation in east asia as well as to promote world peace. this tool close to making signals the start for new relationships between the two countries today's taking marks a crucial step for putting trust in the discussion between jet that much. and the new meds and i'm also in the two countries confirmed the closer relations would help resolve the range of the shoot. he cited problems on the korean nation on the grill this beach and to risk his exceed the two sides agreed to boost joint exercises between japan's maritimes self defense forces in the russian navy due to the details i agree to hold what level talks on the waist to come to this type of cox two ways. russian foreign us and invited the japan
at communities, including military communities, is the department of defense affected by this, too? >> that's absolutely right. among the agencies that are tasked with coming up with an analysis over the course of the next nine months is front and center the department of defense and housing and urban development and the epa and such. the d.o.d. is one of the focuses of the folks who are being asked to assess how climate change may impact their mission and what they do. >> so now there's an executive order, a task force for nine months, what happens next. >> the nine-month period is really interesting because it's widely expected to overlap the period of time where the obama administration is going to be pak making a decision on the keystone pipeline out of canada which is an issue that the canadians want approved and the environmental community has rallied against. so for the obama administration, the timetable of this is going to overlap or coincide very likely with that decision. so a lot of what happens over the next nine months may be political, who is joining the task force, what are
of the season. how about the sharks looking to catch their breath with the return of the big time defense man and warriors looking for it too after kings give up 126 points to the clippers thursday. don't wag your tail at me, i'll be right back after the break. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. sharks sporth the second best record in hockey. they're 10, 1, 2. the head coach says the defense man boyle will play in tonight's contest against the coyotes. boyle missed the last seven games after being knocked out during the game against the st. louis blues. >> it's no fun being out. guys have played. can't say i've enjoyed it all that much. it's important for know get out there and get involved physically early hopefully and try to put that image that i have behind me. >> and speaking of coming back, the warriors are back at oracle tonight to face the sacramento kings who have won last three of four meetings. here's thompson with more of the rivalry. >> it's always when playing a rival. it's a must win for us. battle of good teams. you know, just like i said, got to protect the home court. >> be p
in europe especially. germany's former defense minister will explain what is going on there. and then the former nsa director will help us understand what america's spies are really doing around the world and michael bloomberg called the mayor of the world. with the election of his successor on hand, what lessons does bloomberg have to share with us? one of them, cities need rich people. he'll explain. and the latest weapon against bad guys. it's not a new fangled drone or bunker buster bomb. it's simply brittany. i'll explain. revelations about the national security agency and spying on foreign allied leaders has been embarrassing for the obama administration at a time when it hardly needs more bad news. is it more than an embarrassment? should it raise alarms abroad and at home? at first glance this is a story that is less about ethics and more about power. the great power gap between the united states and other countries even rich european ones. the most illuminating response came from the former foreign minister of france. he said in a radio interview, let's be honest we
basis is understand and given the defense budget where you are and financial issues that the country has, it's incumbent upon us to continue to drive port ability in these programs and the best way for them to continue to get business and keep building this product is to drive that -- and without that, the cost of these ships -- the issue is we are a carrier nation and a carrier navy but at any price that's a tough question and we are going to have the conversation with the hill. what we are focused on driving affordability in a product we have and if we can do that we will continue to build the great warships. >> thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >>> coming up, streamlining costs on the world's biggest and most expensive aircraft carrier. you're working -- watching "this week in defense news" from the defense building in newport news, virginia. [ telephone ringing ] [ clears throat ] hi. what did you do to deserve that thin mints flavor coffee-mate? it's only one of the most delicious girl scout cookie flavors ever. i changed the printer ink. [ male announcer ] try coffee-mate girl
interception. all games in defense proved why they are number one in defense, holding the wolfer eens to minus 48 yards, rushing the worst o output in michigan history. >> let's jump to the fourth. under three minutes - nsu puts the nail in the coffin. >> 40 yard touchdown, langford. 29-6, a lopsided win. >> ohio's coach hasn't lost a game in 35 months. things didn't go well. that's not good. danny etling's pass intercepted. then on ohio state's second play from scrimmage, different story. braxton miller to jeff. produced defense mia. 40-yard touchdown. ohio state extending to 21 games, ball game. how about big 10 action, penn state and illinois back on track after losing last week. penn state kicker sam from 35 yards out. game tied at 17. we go to overtime. christen on third and call carder coming up big with his first touch down catch. 24-17. now it's illinois's turn. nathan schillehouse's pass. intercepted. fights and holds on to win 24-17 in ot. >> they are resilient. we have a great bunch of kids. they come back every week, work hard. i'm proud to be their head football coach. >> wisconsi
interception. the game is part of defense, approving why they are ranked number one. wolfer ins rushing. the worst output in michigan history. let's jump to the fourth. with under three minutes to go, msu puts the nail in the coffin. 40 yard touch down, langford a buck 20. it was the most lopsided win in the series since 1967. >> we shust robinson -- shut robinson down, it was a two-headed quarterback. how did we do it? played good defense. played our defense. there was no surprises. what they saw is what we saw. >> big 10 action, penn state and illinois look to get back on track after losing last week. sam finkin - tied at 17. to overtime. chrissian haken berg on third. kyle comes up big with a first td catch. 24-17. now it's illinois's turn. this is when nathan selhouse, his path tipped at the ends zone. penn state fired up and hold on for the win. >> how about wisconsin and iowa looking to break a record of 42 and two. second quarter wisconsin down six. star i have to peterson off a 44 yard touchdown. there's more where that came from. star vi pitch and catch. joel star vi with a 11
ththat, it was a surface flow. this is a reservoir. on my right is this defensive the positive dune sand. the wind blows, it comes from the ocean beach. because the sand is moving, you can see evidence along this side of the hill in 1989. the vibrations in accelerated. you have a significant amount of movement to the point that the homes that uc had very severe damage for two blocks. we recognized what the problem was at the time, it was a matter of loose sand on a very steep slope. thank you for the effort. we were able to get federal funding and design which you see in the upper walls. the lower walls was actually billed as part of the wpa. the upper wall was built in 1991-'92. this is a concrete wall and it has rocked going through the wall that extends the distance of 80 feet beyond the wall. the next earthquake occurs, the wall is designed to resist and the movement of the sand and allowed it to move down hill. this is a classic example of the creek and degree flow and exists all the way the area. we might see the other evidence. we have done nothing to improve the quality and the s
to prove why they have to the best defense in the league. marcus cooper forces a fumble. and on his 29th birthday 23-13 the final. the chiefs are 9-and-0 for the first time since 2003. cowboys and vikings. the pass and and the snag. 26 yards scored and dallas up 13-50. and departmen dez bryant loves . and wave the checked bagging an fee. they take the defense into the end zone 140-yard and a score and 20-23. romo threads the needle and hits harris for the score. romo two touch downs and one int and cowboys win 27-23. >> sayinsan diego quarterback ls the n.f.l. in completioner completionpercentage. and allen and chargers still down three. rivers hits woodhead in a flat and ruled a touch down and take another look. woodhead did not get in. they settle for a 19-yard novak field goal to send this into over time. darrel young carried the ball twice all season and guess i gen a track play for one of his three touch downs. 30-24 in favor of the red skins. >> it's hewn. huge. and the fans want to have something to believe in and the players want to have something to believe in and the way our di
center just as easily. there is no defense against someone who was to blast his way through something. police know that this is a crazy person, not a terrorist. i do not know how we can defend ourselves against that. i really don't. gerri: cold comfort because it is really just a road map for a terrorist at the end of the day. lots of problems going on now with flights all over the country. how serious will this be? specifically, what kinds of additional security might there be in the days and weeks after this? >> let's remember, our base security threat is not at the security checkpoints were you and i go through but the back door of an airport. a terrorist would come in that way. going forward within 18 hours he will have everything back to normal. there will be some delays because airplanes are stuck in los angeles and again that the tomahawk to get people to chicag because it will be a ripple effect. it won't plummet the system, but it will be a problem. gerri: what about the security procedures? take longer to get through the checkpoints? >> it should not because in this case it
con virkss. thank you so much for being with us during the night. >> thank you. >> with me defense attorney steve razor and pathologist and fox news contributor dr. michael baden. let's hit it. you've got the first medical examiner says it's a heart attack. the second medical examiner said it's a heart attack with drugs. third said she drowned. nobody said it was a homicide. how does the prosecution win? >> well, i think number one is that the diagnosis by the third medical examiner dr. perper of evidence in the testimony and the autopsy of drowning is correct. that she had a lot of water in her lungs and air passages from the testimony. >> let's assume she drowned. how do we know what she drowned from? >> like drew peterson case. people don't drowned in bathtubs wearing clothes innocently. >> did she have clothes? >> the top of her body had clothes on. she wasn't taking a bath and had a heart attack. >> what was she doing in the tub? >> that's why it was -- let's see if that dr. macneill can answer that. there was an issue as to whether she was bent over the tub or whether she was
have seen that no defense evidence was called whatsoever. my clients have no right to appeal. rather than seek their extradition before the trial started, the government decided to forego that and go for a sensationalist victory, which has more to do with the upcoming election and little to do with justice. >> can i ask you an historical question. why did both men flee bangladesh after the war of independence in "71. if they weren't guilty of anything, what were they fleeing from. >> my understanding, certainly from chowdhury mueen-uddin - he responded to that question. to say that they fled is an unfair characterisation of what happened. they both supported the unity of pakistan on a political standpoint. neither supported the military action, and they have distanced themselves from it. mr chowdhury mueen-uddin for example, returned several times to bangladesh over the last 40 years, as never attempted to conceal his whereabouts, and has not shied away from these allegations. he has said, quite openly - he said it to this news station and publicly - that he is prepared to put himsel
in toronto, that this video is not out there. who knows what the defense is. whether or not he can defend himself even if there is vids owe of me smoking from a glass pipe, you don't really know what's in it. his approval ratings have gone up 5%. they just got a lot of su port rs, fred. he's got a lot of people that really like him. he's a very charming man. he's out in the public eye. he spends a lot of time with his constituents. he has this weekly radio program and he's got a lot of support there locally. >> thanks so much for bringing that to us. appreciate that. there are new details about that deadly shooting at lax. the suspected gunman fired at a tsa officer at point-blank range friday and came back to shoot him again. that tsa officer died. people who saw the terror unfold are now telling their stories. stephanie, what have you heard from people? >> reporter: the terrifying nateture of this, from all the people in the terminal, you can hear it. there was one man that came back today to pick up his blopgings after seeing the shooting take place. and our photogeorgist, tom larsson,
know, it's tough game. it's a physical game. they've run the ball must. they play great defense against us. it is always a fight. >> look at the last game. we didn't score a point until the second of a half. it's always a really good game. >> the linebacker is hoping for a good game as he gets the starting nod today over josh finds in cleveland. a spinal cord contusion threaten to his career. >>> an injury has shuffled the ravens offense of line. a starting left guard needs back surgery. he will likely miss the rest of his season. shipley steps and as the starter. matt burkes retirement and the trade of brian mckinney, the ravens have changed three starters on the offensive line the change that -- that won the super bowl. >> the ravens and browns go at it today. 4:15. see live right here on wjz-13. >>> today is the final day for the greek festival in mount vernon. if the 42nd annual festival at the greek orthodox cathedral. it features the historic displays and a wide variety of food and pastries. admission is free. doors open today at noon and the celebration ends following the ravens
this legislation forward as the defense economy did interest i represent a district about 50 percent of usor foreign-born so some people on the street have experience with immigration that are really unfair to the contributions they're making in san francisco but the organizing that was good morning and the conversation was very, very strong and actually passing this legislation and doing the advocacy puts you tell u us at a higher level to protect immigrants. and the relationship we build between government and community will strengthen our police efforts to make us safer. and most of all, i want to thank people like nellie who got entangled as a victim and later spent 8 months facing deportation procedures. no one should have to have fear of calling the police wondering if they're going to get deported. people should be able to come forward as witnesses or victims and this legislation helps that happen. as the mayor said no one here should have any fear again if you're immigrant call the police whether you're a victim or witness. i want to thank the colleagues. i do want to thank superviso
is back on the ice and in football, cal's defense played at lot better. the result still the same. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the peninsula...the dream o unbeaten season for the col of san mateo ended today, wa 28-20 loss at undefeated b >>> college football. this just in. for the viewers down the peninsula, ann, the calls won't stop, they just won't stop. the dream of an unbeaten season for the team in san mateo ended today with a 28-20 loss undefeated butte college just north of sacramento. now, at the d1 level the cal bears among the best of the pac- 12 sunday through friday. it's saturday, that's kind of been the issue. cal on the board first today. jared gough to mohammed an 1- yard play as cal is trying to get something done at the expense of arizona coming in. they had to play catch-up the whole game down 12 in the 3rd. gough again nice catch by kenny lawler. cal just down 5. okay. inspired football. but in the end, the defense just couldn't hold arizona. bj14-yard run, close but not enough. 33-28. bears now one in eight for the year. >>> san jose state made it five in a row. 34
, how about iguodala? with five of his assists? and bogut doing defensively as well. says no, sir to demarcus cousins and we're on the run, david lee with the finish. curry with a double-double to go with his 22. nice fever, mr. lee. warriors beat the kings, 9-8, they are 2-1 for the season. >>> first game back for no. 22 against phoenix tonight. the game is tied. it's boyle. sharks take a 2-1 lead with the second goal for the year. here comes the desert dogs the phoenix coyotes. they go to a shoot-out. sharks outshot the coyotes 50-30, but sharks lose, a final of 3-2, but they do pick up a point. >>> on the farm, chase and randal 37 points in an exhibition game against seattle pacific. 89-61, in favor of the cardinals. all right, we are looking at freddy couples doing his thing, stairing it down at charles schwab cup and freddy easy swing is carrying a 5-shot lead with a round to play. mr. couples, crowd-pleasing at the senior's event. >>> we're going to hit the brakes now, but before we do, unbeaten college of san mateo football 28-20. san josi state now winners of five straight
and bacteria proliferate. ♪ protect your mouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >>> and fresh off her portrayal of michelle obama on "saturday night live" she is turning out on the campaign trail in support. >> i know that there is a lot at stake for virginia on tuesday. the outcome of this election will matter. and who your next governor is will matter. virginians deserve a governor who will invest in education and make sure that everyone will have a chance to succeed. independenting. bringing out real political stars and now even hollywood stars. that is right. but here is the thing about this. democrats feel relatively comfortable about this point. i want to show you why there are two polls that are going to come out in the last week. one of them is from roanoke college. 46% for him and 41% from the republicans. but there is another poll that came out within the last few days and that shows a four point race from 45 to 41 and as you know, this is an off year election. both side
. >> the administration is on the defensive clearly and the crickets want it to be about the president's credibility that he is lying, that he knew all along. but there are some facts you have to engage with here. when the president made those statements, they grandfathered in all of the existing insurance policies before the affordable care act passed. the government cannot be responsible for the decisions of private insurance companies. and the people who are getting their plans canceled are 5% of the market who operate on the individual policies. most of those people are going to discover that if they go on the exchanges, they will find a better deal and that the insurance they had would be canceled when they got sick, that they would be dropped if they developed some sort of condition. it is what they call junk insurance. so, time will sort this out. the website will be fixed. people will discover they have options and this will entering now a period of dualing anecdotes, horror stories versus success stories. >> chris matthews, why wait on time? why don't you sort out what she just said. >> i
ago just by going to the department of defense web site where that information gets posted. we don't know whether how many surgery patients live or die in civilian hospitals and anything like that level of transparency, but it's allowed them to ask hard questions like where are our failures? they learned, for example, that soldiers were coming in with heart and lung and abdominal wounds that they shouldn't have had, because they should have had their kevlar. and they realized the soldiers weren't wearing their kevlar. they were coming in without their kevlar on. and so they held commanders responsible for making sure that their troops wore the kevlar. didn't matter if it was 110 degrees outside and they complained about the weight of these 18-pound vests that could protect their lungs and heart and abdominal organs. they noticed, for example, that the transport time from the battlefield to an operating table was too long for people to survive. and so they ended up doing something that is a, was a system that they'd had in place going back to world war ii but hadn't used very much w
of personality emerging around abdel fattah al-sisi, the defense minister and man behind the military takeover. in one skit, a baker is trying to sell youseff cakes baring sisi's image. he asked for a quarter pound. "what's the matter, don't you like sisi?" to which youseff replies, "i'll take all of them." the jokes were not to everyone's taste. angry viewers filed lawsuits and last night his network pulled him off the air, suspending him, they said, because he had not followed editorial policys. egypt's military and the interim government said they were not behind the move, adding that they supported freedom of expression. but the suspension raises questions about freedom of speech here in egypt, coming on the heels of a massive crackdown on supporters of morsi. tonight, a small group gathered to protest youseff's suspension. nobel peace prize laureate, mohammed al baradei, who supported the military takeover wrote this on twitter, "freedom of expression is the mother of all freedoms. if it is limited to those we agree with, then it is a hollow slogan." the show released a statement tonight
security ? since when the? and i remember when there was a defense department how did nobody raises question? [laughter] it is absurd trading to be head of the biggest university system in the country that you pour involved with suppressing freedom and trading people? i wanted to say that tonight [laughter] >> faq for that because actually i was intrigued by your question or comment why players are outraged did being a lawyer i with the national lawyers guild also a of also thinking about the famous lawyer that besides at berkeley law school to actually in addition to being the right to of the torture memos was actually the first author of the surveillance program that we are now so aware of. i have to share this many people have heard the story of john ashcroft and tuesday and at the bedside that was about the president surveillance program written by john drew all loan initially authorized ward to wiretapping on u.s. citizens although that was a statement of public comment on what it means we have people like john teaching the next generation of lawyers and napolitano just to get
individuals in absenta and sentence them to death is deplorable. you may have seen no defense evidence was called whatsoever. my clients have no light to appeal and rather than seek extradition before the trial started the government decided to forego that and go for a sensationalist victory, which has more to do with the upcoming election. to say that they fled is unfair characterisation of what happened. they both supported the unity of pakistan on a political standpoint. neither of them supported the military action, and they have distanced themselves from that. chowdhury mueen-uddin, for example, has returned several times to bangladesh over the last 40 years, has never attempted to conceal his whereabouts, and has not shied away from these allegations. he has said quite openly, to this news station and publicly that he is quite prepared to put himself before a credible judicial process, but this is not a credible judicial process. >> intense fighting between m23 rebels and the military outside the democratic republic of congo. the rebels control only three hill areas near the rwan
, a lot of coroners in this case. joining me in this case are defense attorneys and former prosecutors. boy we get a lot of bang for you our buck here. i have been following this trial and it is interesting. i can't imagine anything more compelling than this, the daughter who was with her mom 24 hours before she died is a medical student and was on the stand saying this. >> why were you seeking information as to your mother's death? >> because i -b8 -- because i believe my father killed her. >> objection, your honor, move to strike. >> overruled. >> overruled. doug? >> every trial have i been in and i would love to get my colleagues' point of view it would have been sustained and strucken out. you can't say i think mr. x did something. you need evidence and facts. having said that, i will completely reverse course and agree with you, jaime which is oh my god how compelling and devastating. i am not laughing. >> the jury heard it. she was a medical student and she was there. >> it is just the family dynamic. in 99% of trials family members are supporting the defendant. here you have a c
as if it's seen as a test of confidence from john relations with saudi and pitching and defense at independence from in two thousand and eight the senate did not recognize the means but madeline is looking ahead to eu membership the last time belgrade has encouraged ethnic sounds in casa de tonight. tom hawkins with all its. let cool in action with five weeks in consequence is this etf me to be sandals and cost advantage is its down and think mine's a sad heels and albanian south to ninety eight by raking up. he said the area has definately jarrett you move since the end of the war in nineteen ninety nine and is maintained some autonomy. it now said the ad is encouraging costs of incense to get info interested in politics with their participation as a stage in the ctmh. as in the holocaust though they will become an irreversible process which means that the government to increase the net will no longer be a bit to make decisions without the syrups that means they'll become more importantly disconnected things will be able to happen with ayers says. the campaign eons make up nine
idea? >> to continue the falcons theme here, back then the defensive coordinator took over for dan reeves. right now they are talking about the defensive coordinate forfor denver, jack del rio, who is also head coach at jacksonville back in the day. not a very good one, i might add. but at this point, you have peyton manning as your quarterback, you just need someone who can fog up the maror so fox can get back -- >> i like that. fog up the mirror. keep them warm. right. so let's stay with the nfl here. dolphins jonathan martin, this week, he left the team after an parent prank in the cafeteria. there were reports he was bullied by teammates. today the team issued a statement saying in part our primary concern for jonathan is his overall health and well-being. as an organization we take any accusations of player misconduct seriously. the notion of bullying is based on speculation that hasn't been presented to us as a concern for jonathan or anyone else internally. what do you make of this story? >> let's put this in perspective. i've done reporting on this over the last couple of d
a boo-boo. longest since tim collier in 1977. the chiefs have the best defense in the league. watch as marcus cooper, going to force a fumble and the big fellow on his 29th birthday scoops and scores. 23-13, the final. chiefs are now 9 and 0 for the first time since 2003. cowboys and vikings, third quarter, cowboys down 10-6. tony romo, the pats. jason witten, the signal. dallas 13 lives teen. dez bryant loves it. wave the checked backage fee. a ride into the end zone. 140 jars, a score, 23-20, minnesota. under a minute to go, tony romo hits dwayne harris for the 7-yard td peptase. romo 337 passing yards, two touchdowns, 1 i and t. cowboys win 27-23. how about brdrew breeze, first d 10 for new orleans, brees finds jimmie grand. watch him drag the defender seven crochets for the 51 yard touchdown. saints up 7-3. just before the half, jets down 1 and geno smith, a nasty move, scores from three yards up. jets taking 20-14 lead at the half. fourth quarter, jets up 26-17. on fourth, inches, hands off to josh hill, access denied by the jets. they come up big on the defensive stop and a bi
. it represents information that we and our nato allies have collected in defense of our countries and in support of military operations. >> question, does the cooperation of european intelligence services blunt the issue of u.s. eves dropping? pat. >> john, what the united states did was the nfc got the addresses and phone numbers of 35 of our closest friends, turned them over to the nsa and said tap and cape every single one of them. when you do that, you aught to expect that some of your friends are going to get ticked off at you and some are going to be exfriends. >> the second day story was that the french and the germans who collected all this stuff and shared it with us. so you know, i think people need to -- >> it's a wonderful world. >> it's the world we live in and we should be grateful we haven't been hit for a decade. >> there's one problem, they got caught. we changed everything. >> you know you had to think about it, but look, this guy, snowden, had access to all this material and was able to walk out of it, tells you something about the security we have. it's absolutely crazy
in opposition to men, therefore people feel defensive around the word. i want that not to happen. mennt to work together with , and i'm interested in equality rather than the idea that some people might have -- exactly, superior first >. >> are you comfortable with the term feminist? >> absolutely not. oft of the reason is part the battles of feminism and suffrage were established so long and have since been fought successfully. more women go through university now than men, girls routinely outplay boys in the classroom. women have made impacts in all aspect up her fresh and alive. what stops you from using the word feminist yourself? say is i was about to what has evolved now is the kind of artificial engineering, the kind of construct. all of those great battles have been fought. what feminists are now often looking for, they are spoiling for a fight. they seize upon petty grievances which i think offend the original symbols of feminism. for example, talking about digital activism and all of the sisters who come crying in force. it should live media is very efficient at doing that, but look a
that stomach stumped all of them. >> 200 point question. we're going to be on permanent defense for the foreseeable future. is the bleak assessment of a republican strategist writing in a memo revealed this week about his party's prospects in what major state? time. i bet watson wouldn't have known that either, but the answer was california, the golden state. that memo made big news this week as republican party and america's biggest state just dying off. that's next. except when it's too cold. like the last three weekends. asthma doesn't affect my job... you missed the meeting again last week! it doesn't affect my family. your coughing woke me up again. i wish you'd take me to the park. i don't use my rescue inhaler a lot... depends on what you mean by a lot. coping with asthma isn't controlling it. test your level of control at, then talk to your doctor. there may be more you could do for your asthma. or just seem to fade away, day by day? don't compromise. vidal sassoon pro series from the original salon genius starts vibrant, stays vibrant. precision mix formula s
defense saved us, our offence bill was out. hats off to them. >> michigan state hosting michigan. 23 seconds left. connor cook fades back. fowler is open. michigan state's defense was tenacious. holding the wolverines to mines us 48 yards rushing, due to seven - i said seven sacks. at one point michigan state quarterback devon gardner on three straight plays. the spartans close the deal. 40 out of 120 rushing yards. 29-6. spartans won five of the last six meetings. >> a wild finish. watch this. korn huskers looked done. they marched down the field, ron kellog the third with desperation, hail mary into the end zone, tipped and caught by junioredan wester camp - are you killing me. nebraska with a winner. turning to the nfl. dna ver broncos head coach john fox will undergo heart surgery. he'll be away from the team. he had been toldful his heart condition and hoped to delay surgery until after the season. fox felt dizzy while playing golf. his doctor recommended he undergo ai otheric valve surgery. the team has not named an interim coach. >> earlier the boston red sox clinched the worl
and i suspect -- i'd also say in defense of christie, if your state gets hit by something like sandy. you love the person that helps you. the idea he was calculating carefully, i think he was emotionally engaged in what happened to the jersey shore and genuinely grateful and to not have a spirit of understanding that is petty. >> it's surprising that someone decided to dump this vetting file. >> that connections -- >> it has all kinds of -- and he should defend himself. it has all kinds of allegations and kind of a horrible thing and people put their trust in the vetters and for someone a year late tore leak it is a horrible thing to do but will create opponents for chris christie, i think it's damaging to chris christie this happened and unfortunate someone hated him so much to do something -- >> what i read of it so far really says more about romney than christie. romney had a narrow perspective someone running with him should look like, almost getting into the detroit athletic club, whether christie could qualify. >> there was a clubbing feel. -- a clubby feel to it in the way the
to foreign powers. i'm concerned that the national defense director lied to congress and i haven't heard anyone talk about repercussions. we're not only spying on foreign leaders, but there are accusations that we spied on the pope as well. there are problems. we lost a lot of credibility. the only way to start fresh is someone new in charge of intelligence. >> there's also a suggestion from one of the former chiefs, in today's "new york times," in an extensive review of the entire nsa program, he said that the nsa should get out ahead of this and put out everything they knew snowden to have. do think that's a good idea? >> maybe. the fundamental question of whether or not this constitution or not, shouldn't be a secret court, it needs to get into the supreme court, with senator widen and myself, we introduced a bill that would allow cases like this to be challenged in open court, at the supreme court. we should determine once and for all, whether a single warrant could apply to all americans. >> you have taken some heat from inside your party for your views on privacy and fourth amendme
the secretary of defense know about a cable coming out of benghazi in august from our ambassador to washington, the state department saying we can't defend this place against a coordinated al qaeda attack and al qaeda flags are flying everywhere? how could the secretary of defense know that and not secretary of state? here's the way this will work. i am hoping they will relent and allow us to interview survivors of appropriate -- >> if they don't? >> i will ask my republican colleagues and democratic colleagues stand up to the obama administration. don't let them get away with this. can you imagine if this was george w. bush and he told the congress after 9/11 you can't talk to anybody because there is a potential criminal investigation. we're not going to investigate how 9/11 became the failure that it was. >> 60 minutes ran a story last sunday in which they talked to the british supervisor of local libya security around the consolate before the attack. here's a clip of that. >> i was saying these guys are no good, you need to get them out of here. >> you also kept saying if is place is attac
a closer look at the numbers now according to iraq's interior defense and health ministries. the number of deaths in october reached nine hundred and sixty four ninety percent of which were civilians. the government says this is the highest death toll in a single month since april two thousand and eight i've been more than a thousand people were killed however the numbers don't correspond with the united nation state to which suggestion late this year was equally as bad as i'm done that here is a turkish iraqi militants to form a cousin of saddam hussein's regime says the ongoing bloodshed is forcing people to live in fear. is affecting daily diet that from morning until night and had to single out one of the day people up and feeling unsafe to do annie finger eleven goes on they don't know i mean it doesn't on whether they come back cpr months. and then just an obstacle than eighteen times in the attacks mostly the top of the team dinners to people rather than an. other forces he has and can also told this is new agreement within the iraqi government that is leading to more violence ag
's now in power. this teaches and condemned this according to iraq's interior defense and health ministries be the medicinal taylor reached nine hundred and sixty four ninety percent of which was convenient. the dublin says this is the highest death toll in the single month since april two thousand and eight. eichmann one thousand people were killed. however the numbers in correspondence with the united nations data which suggests july this year was equally as that. my cousin got is a kurdish iraqi militants and full of prisoners saddam hussein's regime says the ongoing bloodshed is forcing people to live in fear. it is affecting daily diet. that from morning until night and had to single out one of the day people. ed feeling unsafe to do annie finger eleven goes on they don't know i mean in those unknown whether they come back safely on mt. and and and just an obstacle than eighteen times in the attacks mostly the top of the team in its two people rather than an. other forces the phasing and also told us this new agreement within the iraqi government and that's leading to more v
at the present time live appropriation of national defense. and i would call for the means of paying for it. that is one step we could take. we should develop a loan fun. i think it is going to be the only means we will have available. >> when you talk about means, you're talking about taxes. >> if that's necessary, yeah. >> what sacrifices do you want beyond taxes? >> i think that that makes the point. the amount of our resources that we are willing to devote to the security of the united states, that's the whole question that's now before us. there may be other sacrifices that time may bring. that's the one i suggest at the present. >> you don't think we have reached the stage yet where we ought to mobilize the entire nation in this fight for freedom? >> by mobilizing, what would you suggest? >> i am asking the question. >> i don't know what the phrase means. by mobilization, if you mean military, i don't suggest that. what i am suggesting is that we try to set before us the things that we must attempt to do in the next five years, if we are going to be secure, increase our security. >> w
's policy on officer safety. tsa administrators say the agency's officers are the first line of defense in airport security and the agency will do everything possible to make sure that friday's tragedy will never be repeated. there was no mention if this means that officers will be armed in the future. >> the release of a serial rapist will likely be delayed. this comes after a landlord decided against supporting the man's move to northern los angeles county. hubbart was committed to a state mental hospital nearly two decades ago. known as the pillow case rapist, he's admitted tohis attacks took place in l-a county from 1971 to 19-72. and in the south bay from 19-80 to 19-82. and an attack outside a san jose middle ll still be released, but not before a state contractor searches for a different location. >> the family of 13-year-old andy lopez plans to file a civil rights lawsuit monday against sonoma county. lopez is the 13-year-old shot and killed by a deputy.who spotted him carrying an assault rifle, which turned out to be a replica. the family claims that deputy erick gelhaus shot l
just down 5. okay. but in the end, the defense just couldn't hold arizona. bj14-yard run, close but not enough. 33-28. bears now one in eight for the year. >>> san jose state made it five in a row. 34-24 in sin city against unlv. they are 4-1 in the conference, big day on the ground for jared lawson who had 187 yards and a touchdown. >>> to golf, fred couples staring it down today at the charles schwab cup. third round harding park, kenny perry in position for the champions points lead and the million-dollar schwab prize just got to hold off bernhard langer to take that. freddie couples looking for the first one of the season. got a comfortable five stroke lead. when you hit shots like that you see why. mark o'mara in second place, peter senior in third. crowd pleasing. at harding park. i think the three of us here at the desk could make that shot. >> oh, yeah. >> >>> thoroughbred racing in prime time. a peek at next year's stars came in the breeders' cup this afternoon. featured race, what else would you call it? the classic. >> and mucho macho man has taken the lead! as they
state defense was stifling. gardner wants the pass. michigan rushing -48 yards. the 4th quarter run, goes for a touchdown. michigan state improves to 8-1. the win means the spartans get possession of the paul bunyan trophy. >>> when georgia plays, a short pass to girly. nothing girly about this. going 73-yards to the end zone. neither of these teams are ranked. georgia winning 23-20. >> the nebraska-northwestern game, the unquestioned play of the day. nebraska trailing by three, kellogg throws to the end zone with all he's got. the ball comes down in the crowd where it's tip and into the arms of jordan westercamp. 49 yards on the score as the cornhuskers win. the loss keeps northwestern winless in the big ten. >>> still to come on this saturday night edition of sports. the giants make a move that doesn't surprise anyone but signals cup else and perry is pest golfers in the charles schwab cup. kenny perry stands to take home $1 million. perry about the birdie putt at 13. he's tied for seven. perry can't win. he's hooting for fred couples. they will hit in the middle of the green and
deal of defense for the nsa from people that you know full well, if we were to have a terrorist attack, the first question they would be asking is why was your spying efforts, your surveillance efforts, not ubiquitous, universal and intense. what do you think? >> well, you're absolutely right. first, alexander -- general alexander, i know him very well, was with him last night at an award dinner here, we gave him an award, and he's just a first-rate general officer, but more important than that, a first-rate intelligence officer and spy. he's absolutely hands down the best we've ever had in this job. he's been in it for eight years. and he's leaving of his own volition to get a new set of eyes, it's time. it truly is unfair. these allegations, a lot of these things make no sense. and certainly they are left to deny and suprt the nsa themselves. they and clapper, the director of national intelligence, that is who is defending this major function that protects the united states and believe me, we would not have had no serious attack on the united states in all of these years, these 12 ye
it syndrome? >> well, clearly the iraqis have to take care of their own defense. the united states has made an incredible investment in helping the people of iraq. they have to take responsibility for the defense of their own country. there is a role that the united states can play, but it's not going to be a military role. >> all right, senator. what about your position on the finance committee? i want to ask you about the impact of the food stamp cutbacks. one estimate indicates every dollar in food stamps leads to $1.70 in economic activity. aside from the obvious impact to the recipients, could cutting food stamps actually slow the economy? >> absolutely. this hurts our economy. we've already seen some self-inflicted wounds with the government shutdown and threatening our national credit. now with the food stamp program, recipients receiving less funds and even threatened further cuts, that hurts our economy. and it hurts people. it hurts people that are very vulnerable. the nutrition is critically important. it's important for young people. it's important for their ability to learn, fo
is not going to be what it was in the past. .. we've got $493 billion out of the pentagon defense budget and were about to cut half a trillion, which brings it close to $950 billion. out of the 10 year budget. the signal that sends to the world is that the united dates is not going to be in a position to contribute to a more peaceful and stable world in the decade ahead. the mac thanks, afterwards, substance abuse and mental health administration. this week in her book, drink, the intimate relationship between women and alcohol. the former editor at large of canada's maclean's magazine examines what she calls the closing gender gap in the world of risky drinking. she argues heavy drinking is contributing to several health conditions and cancers and more women in the early draft for more than 20,000 a year in the u.s. alone. the program is about an hour. just goes so nice to be here. >> host: i'm excited to have this visit with you about the new book called "drink," very intriguing and provocative and like i said, right when i was working in treatment about the relationship about alcohol.
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